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FAIRVIEW: Broadway Christian Church transitions to new food ministry

After Angel Food Ministries went out of business in September, Broadway Christian church partnered with Mid America Foods to continue providing discount groceries and meals to Columbia residents.

Iranian students storm British Embassy in Tehran

About 300 Iranian protesters ransacked British diplomatic sites on Tuesday, showing opposition to the British support of Western sanctions on Tehran over its nuclear program.

Missouri officials certify special election results

The Missouri secretary of state certified the results from special elections held in early November for four state House seats.

Missouri officials cautioned about Mamtek before construction of Moberly factory

Economic development officials were aware of concerns about production at a Chinese artificial sweetener manufacturer before awarding Mamtek millions of dollar to build a Moberly factory.

'Cyber Monday' sets online shopping records

Online shoppers spent the most money online in a single day this Cyber Monday, besting 2010's numbers by about 22 percent.

Ceremony to honor those affected by drunken driving accidents

In the past three years in Missouri, 800 people have been killed and more than 3,000 have been seriously injured in car accidents that involve impaired drivers.

Titanic exhibit to return to Kansas City's Union Station

The display, which opens March 10, will include more artifacts than it did 10 years ago, the last time it was in Kansas City. The timing of the exhibit also coincides with the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's sinking, April 12, 1912.

Anheuser-Busch drops Rose Parade float

For the first time since 1953, the Budweiser Clydesdales won't be pulling the float — that's because Anheuser-Busch won't have a float in the parade at all.  

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